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Seasonal flu: the vaccination campaign continues on Wednesday

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The vaccination campaign, intended for the elderly against seasonal flu, continues this Wednesday, April 15. The mobile caravans of the Ministry of Health continue to crisscross the towns and villages in order to meet the elderly. The operation on Wednesday continues, at rue Labourdonnais, Port-Louis from 8:30 am to 3 pm.

Remember that this campaign which began on April 6 will end on April 22.

Discover the regions affected by the vaccination campaign this Wednesday on this link: https://defisante.defimedia.info/maladies/vaccination-antigrippe-voici-les-regions-concernees-ce-mercredi-15-avril/

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